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Antonio Mora Antonio Mora is an experienced creative Spanish who after an extensive career like designe.

Italian Crockpot Chicken -4 Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts  16 Ounce Bottle of Italian Dressing (I used non fat)  1/2 Cup of Parmesan Cheese  Italian Seasoning  4-6 Potatoes scrubbed cut in half or wedges (you can peel if desired)  1/2 bag of mini carrots

Autumn Colors by Victor Eredel. Incredible use of vibrant colour. Love the strong punch of red against the cool dusty turquoise.

{antler girl} I just came across this picture on Pinterest. Funny thing is, I have a picture of me in a similar pose that I took on a backpacking trip. LOL

An exercise for writers block: Take this picture and write a metaphor, a poem, sentence, paragraph or story about it.

I. Must. Haves.  Fashion house Rodarte debuted five out-of-this-world Star Wars dresses on the New York Fashion Week runway Tuesday.

These Star Wars Dresses Win Fashion Week


Confetti Hat Pink

This classic stocking hat has a folded rib band with a unique, handmade pom for every style. Pom will vary from what is pictured, read more here. S/M fits most adult heads. Made to order, allow 1 week before delivery.

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ANTONIO MORA ~ a Spanish artist who combines with talent portraits photographed in various landscapes --?

Таинственные коллажи от Antonio Mora

A great series combing landscapes, trees and rivers with portrait photography. Dream Portraits is by Spanish artist and creative photographer Antonio Mora.

Photograph A Splash of Rose by Anthony Chang on 500px

A Set of Imaginative Images to Spark Your Creativity

ANTONIO MORA (aka mylovt) ~ a Spanish artist who combines with talent portraits photographed in various landscapes.

“I know a 'face' where the wild thyme blows, Where oxlips and the nodding violet grows, Quite over-canopied with luscious woodbine, With sweet musk-roses and with eglantine.” William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream